What a hell of a fucked up day at work. Where should I start?
The courtesy calls that we've had to do the last couple of weeks to help out another department? Keep in mind that I HATE being on the phone PERIOD, especially much when I'm making a pointless call to stupid people who ask dumb questions?
Or maybe the guy who didn't like the answer my boss told me to give him & is now threatening legal action against the company? This also involving lots of phone work that made my stomach churn
Or yet another phone call, for a child support order, to a place that couldn't even get our company name right, and why in the world don't these places have different forms for employees vs. subcontractors?! Because we sure the hell have to keep them separate & it is a total hassle when something comes for one of our subs with "employee" "employer" & "employment" all over it.
Or maybe the fact that even on a good day - which is rare - shit even on the best possible scenario of a day - which has never happened - I HATE my job? Like the people ... some of them ... but really only stay there because it's stable & I need the insurance.
If you've ever heard the term, "too smart for your own good" I can tell you that they could very well have been talking about me. I am a perfectionist, which will come as no surprise to any who've read me pick apart minor flaws in my manicures. This means that if I find a problem, I can't ignore it without having it bother me - yet if I bring it to light, I know that I'm going to be held accountable for fixing it. Even if I have no idea how & it's nowhere near my job description.
Getting this all off my chest now, before I do my yoga, so that afterward I can go to my happy place & blog about stuff that doesn't piss me totally off. Hell, for sure I'll post more here if I use it as my ranting ground. Because I could probably crank out a pretty good rant every day after work. And even a little poem to go with it:
Too smart for my own good
Tired to the point I'm numb
Frustrated to the point of no return
Not smart enough to play it dumb
Thanks for reading.